|Title:||Vier Stücke [Four Pieces]|
|Style:||Musique Concrète, Experimental|
|Other format:||DTS MPC MIDI MP2 MMF MP1 MP3|
|Ed. RZ 10011||Christina Kubisch||Vier Stücke [Four Pieces] (CD)||Edition RZ||Ed. RZ 10011||Germany||2000|
|ISBN 3-933257-38-7, Ed. RZ 10011||Christina Kubisch||KlangRaumLichtZeit (CD)||Kehrer Verlag, Edition RZ||ISBN 3-933257-38-7, Ed. RZ 10011||Germany||2000|
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Christina Kubisch (born January 31, 1948) is a German composer, sound artist, performance artist, professor and flautist. Her work focuses on synthesizing audio and visual arts to create multi-sensory experiences for participants.
Christina Milian is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer Christina Milian released by Def Soul Recordings on October 9, 2001. Its release was postponed because of the September 11 attacks, which occurred just two weeks before its release date. Her label opted to release it later that year in Europe, but due to changing music trends, Milian decided not to release the album domestically.
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Her work focuses on finding sounds where no one expects, and her experiments with electromagnetic induction as a sound source began in the '80s.
The resulting four pieces on this 1977 recording alternate between heavenly, rhythmically shifting drones to gamelan tinged blistering electronics that sound like distant, corrupted morse code dispatches. The entire album is an organic revelation of the discreet acoustic nature of everyday objects, intensely mechanical, startling and elemental.
About Christina Kubisch. Born in 1948 in Bremen, Germany, for years she struggled between her desires to create both music (she played flute and piano as well as playing at the Jazz Academy in Graz, Austria) and visual arts, until she decided to merge her two interests together in the mid-'70s.